The foreign policy of the Hawke-Keating governments: an interim review
Still close to the events, this paper attempts an assessment of the foreign policy of the Hawke–Keating governments. It argues that, within the constraints which any government was bound to observe, the Australian Labor Party government responded creatively to the new security environment arising from the ending of the Cold War, especially in its wholehearted regional engagement but also with respect to arms control. Its reversal of Australia’s traditional protectionism and its thoroughgoing...[Show more]
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